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bacterial conjuctivitis

This patient complaints of watering, discharge and pain... what is diseases and treatment?

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Bacterial conjunctivitis ,boric acid in boiled water when lukewarm sponge with soaked cotton swab ,preservative free Moxflox eye drops 6 hourly olopetadine 8 hourly analgesic Tab bd

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You have not mentioned about affection of one or both eyes. Both lids are swollen and acute conjunctivitis is not painful process. It looks like preseptal cellulitis and may follow even acute dacryocystitis. Whatever may be the cause start treating with topical broad spectrum antibiotic,systemic antibiotic and anti inflammatory agents. One certainly needs examination of the cornea preferably with a slit lamp.

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Bacterial conjunctivitis ,boric acid in boiled water when lukewarm sponge with soaked cotton swab ,preservative free Moxflox eye drops 6 hourly olopetadine 8 hourly analgesic Tab bd

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Acute m p CONJUCTIVITIS Their is ODEMA of lids CONJUCTIVAL discharged Matting of eye lashes CONJUCTIVAL swab for C's TREATMENT Normal saline wash MOXAFLOXINE eye drops 4 times a day Non STERIODAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY eye drops 4 times a day Moxafolxanine eye oint at bed time AZITHROMYCINE 500 mg of for 5 days ANTIINFLAMMATIRY tab INDOCAP SR 75 MG OD for five DAYS

Acute mucopurulent conjunctivitis: Rx : . Topical antibiotics e/drops frequently. .oral paracetamol. . Dark glasses .

Acute mucopurulent conjunctivitis CIPLOX eye drops 5times/day Tab.doxycycline 100mg OD MOXICIP EYE OINTMENT at night

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Acute conjunctivitis treat it with broad spectrum antibiotic drops,lubricant eye drops. And also adequate rest to eyes

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Mucopurulent conjunctivitis Treatment..... Warm water wash to remove mud. Personal hygiene. Antibiotic eyedrop ...preferably moxifloxacine Systemic Antihistamines Nsaids ...